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Method To The Madness

Celebrating the innovative spirit of the Bay Area - we explore the people behind the ideas, what makes them tick, and why so many of them have come out of our beautiful area. Hosted by Ali Nazar.  If you would like to contact the show, please feel free to email ali

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Lisa Kiefer interviews Dr. Sara Gottfried, who's mission at The Gottfried Institute – and in life – is to help women feel sexy, vital and balanced from their cells to their souls.
Topics: women, health, balance, yoga, sexy
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Radio interview with Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle conducted by Ali Nazar from Method to the Madness, a show that explores the innovative spirit of the Bay Area
Topics: radio, internet archive, interview
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Ali interviews  Engine Advocacy  co-founder Mike McGeary about the importance of representing the true best interests of startups in Washington, and how the internet community has already showed power on Capitol Hill.
Topics: startups, Washington, tech, advocacy
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Meinir Davies of The New Village School in Sausalito talks about the start-up school's innovative approach to education.
Topics: education, innovation
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Yalda Modabber of Golestan Kids in Berkeley talks about her launch of the first Persion language immersion program for pre-schoolers in the country.
Topics: education, farsi
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Interview with Rose Broome, founder of HandUp, a technology platform reinventing how to help the homeless in San Francisco
Topics: tech, social good, entrepreneurism, san francisco, homeless